Dr. Ann Monroe-Baillargeon
Dean of the School of Education
B.A., University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
M.S., University of Southern Maine
Ph.D. Syracuse University
Prior to joining BVU, Monroe-Baillargeon worked at the University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford, Conn., where she served as dean of the School of Education for three years before returning to faculty for one year. Monroe-Baillargeon also spent time at Alfred University in Alfred, N.Y., where she served as department chair and professor of education.
In addition to her other professional roles, Monroe-Baillargeon previously taught at Nazareth College in New York and the University of Rochester in New York, as well as at several locations overseas, including schools in West Africa, South Africa, Bangladesh, Thailand, Egypt, and Spain. Monroe-Baillargeon has also served as a consultant for the New York State Department of Education and the New York State School Boards Association.
A native of Cleveland, Monroe-Baillargeon’s research focuses on inclusive education, teacher education, and literacy. Her work in teacher education has been informed by her 15 years of K-12 teaching and leadership. Outside of work, Monroe-Baillargeon enjoys listening to live music, biking, hiking and water sports, traveling the world, and spending time with family.